One other member of the legendary rock group Kiss has examined constructive for COVID-19.
Following a Friday announcement that Paul Stanley examined constructive for the virus — and that the band was canceling the night’s present in consequence — Gene Simmons has additionally examined constructive, and the group will probably be suspending a number of upcoming reveals in consequence.
“Kiss will postpone their subsequent 4 tour dates. Whereas Paul Stanley lately tweeted that he has recovered from COVID, Gene Simmons has now examined constructive and is experiencing gentle signs,” Kiss tweeted Tuesday. “The band and crew will stay at house and isolate for the subsequent 10 days and docs have indicated the tour ought to be capable of resume on September ninth at FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine, CA.”
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Bought tickets for his or her “Finish of the Highway” farewell tour will probably be honored on the new dates as soon as they’re introduced, the publish added. The now postponed reveals have been set to happen in Michigan, Ohio, Illinois and Wisconsin. The present canceled upon Stanley’s prognosis was in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania.
In saying the rockers’ breakthrough instances, Kiss has additionally revealed that all the band and touring crew are totally vaccinated.
Members of Kiss “and their crew have operated in a bubble independently to safeguard everybody as a lot as attainable at every present and in between reveals,” the band wrote in a press release following Stanley’s prognosis. “The tour additionally has a COVID security protocol officer on employees full-time that’s making certain everyone seems to be carefully following all CDC tips.”
Stanley shared his expertise with the virus on Twitter.
“My COVID signs have been MILD in comparison with many others and let me let you know … It kicked my ass,” he wrote Monday. “It’s over now.”